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(@colin_basterfield)
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I want to believe that the dial in the pink room with Naidu and American Girl part 3 which was 3 to start with, and then changed to 15 represents Cooper returning to his original self in part 15. The part is titled, There's some fear in letting go. This means letting go of Janey-E and her son by Dougie Jones.

315 is the room number where he was shot, so putting the 3 and the 15 together gives us that, but that fact they were separate helps to reinforce what I am personally hoping for. I am however more than comfortable to be wrong. My speculations have all been wrong save for Laura Dern being Diane.

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Posted : 03/08/2017 5:21 pm
(@mj_gilbert)
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Clark is going to dump Angela for Mary. Angela is going to tun into the woods, find Jerry, they will get high together and find Glastonbury Grove. We will discover that Weed makes one immine to the eveil influences of the Black Lodge. This will, in turn, lead to the happy ending we all crave. It will help Lucy get over her fear of cell phones.

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Posted : 03/08/2017 5:29 pm
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(@mj_gilbert)
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On a more serious note, as I am watchng part 4 again, I note dark Dale's strong want (he does not NEED, he WANTS) to be debriefed by Gordon.

I flashed on the notion that, before we are done, Mr. C is going to kill Gordon.

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Posted : 03/08/2017 7:49 pm
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(@bmoscovitz)
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Richard is actually Laura reborn (I posted it on another thread but I don't think a lot of people read the older episodes forums very often, so I'll repost it here). I know it's wacky and probably not true at all, but wouldn't it be a plot twist!

I was reading an interview with Eamon Farren today on Richard. I kept thinking about his portrayal as this solely evil creature, indicating he might be Mr.C's son, and then it occurred to me that Leland Palmer had been a host to BOB since he was a kid. Which means, to some extent, Laura is also BOB's child.

For a moment I thought about Richard maybe being Laura in this incarnation, but being extremely evil because he's not only BOB's child, but he was bred from the semen of a not-entirely-human host (the Doppelganger).

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Posted : 03/08/2017 8:00 pm
(@storm)
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Well, does no one has seen it yet?

It explains everything:

 

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Posted : 03/08/2017 8:27 pm
(@severelyatomicmagazine)
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I've thought that, too. 

It seems certain that at least one of the Blue Rose team will die. 

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Posted : 03/08/2017 9:14 pm
(@mj_gilbert)
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Sonny Jim is Dale as a child, pulled out of time (it is future or is it past). This is why Dougie cries, watchinh SJ sitting in the car in part 4.

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Posted : 03/08/2017 9:52 pm
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Posted by: Kevin Kool

Well, does no one has seen it yet?

It explains everything:

 

Great find!

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Posted : 04/08/2017 1:16 am
(@ezekielmoist)
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 The sound at the great northern hotel is made by the TheArm/Tree and reverbs in there because they're made of  the same family tree. (The arm made the same sound rubbing his hands in the dream Cooper had)

Laura Palmer is pure energy/light so She has taken another human form, and this is the form of a man (she responds To Cooper saying 'I feel like I know HIM' this time). This man is also a man close To Mr.C/Bob as Laura was close to Leland.  This man is Philip Jeffries.  Philip is Laura now. 

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Posted : 04/08/2017 7:05 am
(@samxtherapy)
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Here are mine, such as they are...

The Experiment - specifically, the thing that appeared in the glass box - is not Mother.  The arms on the thing in the box are the right way round and I didn't see any horns.

Owls are hiding in plain sight.  I posted a pic in the Episode 1-2 forum about it.  In fact, take a look here.

 

What it all means, I dunno.

Also...

Carl Rodd will save the day.

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Posted : 04/08/2017 7:16 am
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(@arcadesonfire)
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Posted by: SamXTherapy

Here are mine, such as they are...

The Experiment - specifically, the thing that appeared in the glass box - is not Mother.  The arms on the thing in the box are the right way round and I didn't see any horns.

Owls are hiding in plain sight.  I posted a pic in the Episode 1-2 forum about it.  In fact, take a look here.

 

What it all means, I dunno.

Also...

Carl Rodd will save the day.

Carl has to save the day! Well, in a way at least, he's already a paragon of goodness, and it was so cool in Episode 11 to see how the whole town knows him these days. I haven't read TSHoTP, but folks say that he and the Log Lady had some close experiences as kids together in the book. Now they're the eldest and seemingly wisest characters in town. This whole season has, in my interpretation, been an ode to the wisdom that comes with age. Carl's one of the big heroes.

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Posted : 04/08/2017 12:38 pm
(@arcadesonfire)
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"You were manufactured for a purpose."

Who manufactured Dougie? The show writers. Here's how it will go down: In the end, Dougie Cooper will have to get back to Twin Peaks and fulfill his destiny. Lynch/Frost actually aren't cruel enough to just kill off Janey-E and Sonny Jim; they aren't even cruel enough to leave Janey-E hangin' without a husband, without this new husband who is better than the old drunk, gambling, philanderer (even though the new version can barely talk).

So when Dougie Coop leaves Las Vegas, we'll zoom out and see all the cameras and crew on set in the Janey-E/Dougie household. 

We'll see DL calling Naomi Watts "Betty." It'll turn out that Mullholand Drive really was all just a dream and that Betty's character actually became a successful actress tapped to perform in Twin Peaks: The Return. So the whole Las Vegas story line will have been manufactured for the purpose of simply moving along a story line.

Meanwhile, all the other story lines--Cooper, dirty Cooper, everything in Twin Peaks and Buckhorn, the Blue Rose business--is reality for the show and will continue onward as real as can be for the show. 

Then Twin Peaks will forever be remembered for Lynch's version of the St. Elsewhere gimmick.

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Posted : 04/08/2017 12:47 pm
(@paudris)
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Posted by: Numnum19

Candy will be Diane's daughter. 

 

Yes.  No coincidence if you can get the name Diane from Candie!

Ooooh good call.  Do we know her middle name?  What if it starts with C?

or is it because of his dad... Mr. C... which is a doppelganger... her daughter might be not always in our world... diatracted because she can see the lodge? 

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Posted : 04/08/2017 9:28 pm
(@stephen_bach)
Owl

If I'm not mistaken, in the original series finale Sarah Palmer is inhabited by Windom Earle and taunts Major Briggs by saying something like "I've made it into the Black Lodge." Does anyone else think he may still be inside Sarah? 

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Posted : 04/08/2017 9:41 pm
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(@octaviolemos)
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Charlie is in fact an allegorical character. He represents the incredulity of some when confronted with all the fuss about Audrey's return.

He has a gun on his desk's drawer and he´s gonna shoot her in the first scene of part 13. The episode's title might well be her last words.

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Posted : 06/08/2017 11:19 am
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